Posts from the ‘Living Quarters’ Category


Based on the Soviet-made Mil V-12, the Hotelicopter is the world’s first and only flying hotel. Featuring all the amenities you’d expect “from a 5-star hotel — from private entertainment systems and room service to extras like spa treatments, yoga classes, gaming and a tea garden.


Black House by FORM / Koichi Kimura Architects

FORM / Koichi Kimura Architects designed this house with a completely black exterior but almost white courtyard.

The interior is also full of contrasts. Some rooms are dark and some are light. Thanks to this contrasts the house looks very modern and interesting.


By Suppose Design Office.

Architects: Suppose Design Office
Location: Saijo,Higashihiroshima,Hiroshima,Japan
Program: Personal house
Site area: 246 sqm
Building area: 50.41m
Total floor area: 115.51 sqm
Photographs: Toshiyuki Yano from Nacasa&Partners Inc.

N85 Residence by Morphogenesis

N85 Residence by Morphogenesis
The house as a platform has been used to investigate two issues central to design today: the family as a social unit and the environment. The lifestyle of the Indian family has changed in the age of global travel and internet media with new spatial needs and notions of comfort. Often, local resources are at odds with shifts in lifestyle.


Location: Tallinn, Estonia
Architects in charge: Markus Kaasik, Andres Ojari & Ilmar Valdur

This house is straight amazing, real low-key, and chill. I envision hopping out the bed, swag turned on, & nice looking young ladies from all seven continents (that’s right even the snow bunnies in Antarctica haha)


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By IROJE KHM Architects in Kangwon-do, South Korea.

Architect: HyoManKim, IROJE KHM Architects, Seoul
Location: GaPyeong, GyeongGi
Site area: 955 square meters
Building area: 337.33 square meters
Gross floor area: 728.02 square meters
Stories: Basement and Two Floors
Photo: Sergio Pironne // seen @ wallpaper
Year: 2008


Listening to that Rick Ross-Super high song and looking at this can’t do anything but paint a picture in your head of blue waters and light skinned bitches..haha j/k (about the blue waters part ahahaha lol)

Architects: Rangr Studio
Location: Cabrera, Dominican Republic
Design Team: Jasmit Singh Rangr, Eivind Karlsen, Josh Weiselberg
Construction: Paradise Investments, Rolando Widman
Project Area: 1,000 sqm
Project Year: 2009
Photographs: Hilary Ferris White

Source: ArchDaily